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Matt Catingub Orchestra Hawaiian Music CD - Songs of Hawaii - Hawaiian Artists


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Matt Catingub's "Return to Romance" includes the award-winning talents of some of Hawai`i's most recognizable artists in this fantastic easy listening CD that includes some great "jazz standards." Arranged by Honolulu Symphony Pops conductor Matt Catingub and produced by famed Allen Sviridoff, both Grammy Award winners. This "must have" CD conveys a special touch of aloha through music that you'll want to play over and over again. From Raiatea Helm to the Brothers Cazimero, you will want to share this music with friends, for party or dining background music, or simply listening to some of the greatest love songs ever "made in Hawai`i."

Quantity: EA - #MACD 8573 Return to Romance, Matt Catingub Orchestra of Hawai`i UPC#761268857323- $22.99 (INCLUDES STANDARD SHIPPING)

Return to Romance Tracks

  1. Can't Help Falling in Love - Matt Catingub & Na Leo hawaiian music
  2. How Deep is the Ocean - Keali`i Reichel hawaiian music
  3. A Time for Love (instrumental) - Matt Catingub & Dave Koz hawaiian music
  4. My Heart Stood Still - Patti Austin
  5. Honolulu - Matt Catingub & Na Leo hawaiian music
  6. What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? - Amy Hanaiali`i Gilliom
  7. As Time Goes By (instrumental) - Matt Catingub hawaiian music
  8. I'm Not Through with Romance - Toni Tennille
  9. The Very Thought of You - Matt Catingub & Amy Hanaiali`i Gilliom
  10. My Romance - Raiatea Helm hawaiian music
  11. When I Fall in Love - Jimmy Borges
  12. A Peacefull Hawai`i Night - Raiatea Helm hawaiian music
  13. Let There Be Love - Brothers Cazimero
  14. The Way That I Want to Touch You - Toni Tennille hawaiian music
  15. Air on a G String - Hawai`i (instrumental)
  16. That's All - Matt Catingub

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